Definition: made up of a variety of parts
Definition: made up of a variety of parts
Sentences Containing 'miscellaneous'
"On the Ngaju Dayak Sound System," "Miscellaneous Studies in Indonesian and Languages in Indonesia" 3:49-59.
"Outlaw Star" has received very modest commercial success and miscellaneous viewer recognition.
(Overall, Apache gunships destroyed nearly 950 Iraqi tanks, personnel carriers, and miscellaneous vehicles).
Accordingly, the Transport (Compliance and Miscellaneous) Act made provision for the Minister to issue a notice specifying the matters to be investigated, the nature of the Commission's reporting on its investigations and other relevant matters.
Also, Tesla spent a tenth of his time researching miscellaneous subjects.
Although "organic" (produced by nature) rotenone is no longer considered an environmentally safe chemical. Miscellaneous.
Both divisions also had a miscellaneous collection of anti-tank guns and artillery pieces, as well as a small number of German and French tanks and self-propelled guns.
Edward Smedley (1788–1836) was an English clergyman known as a miscellaneous writer.
Federated Miscellaneous Workers' Union of Australia
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances Musicians.
For examples:books and fees, meal and housing, transportation, miscellaneous expenses are all covered by this scholarship.
Hart's coworkers, professional wrestlers and other miscellaneous workers, appeared somber after Hart's fall as they continued to do their jobs.
He was a sort of town traveller for a number of miscellaneous houses, now; but made little or nothing of it, I am afraid.
himself, on pretence of such speculations or otherwise; perpetuated by a miscellaneous catalogue of unscrupulous chicaneries--gradually thickened, until the unhappy Mr. W.
His "Crocorum Synopsis" appeared in the miscellaneous portion of the "Botanical Register" for 1843-4-5.
If a stranger were introduced into any miscellaneous metropolitan society, it would but slightly advance the general opinion of his merits, were he presented to the company as a harpooneer, say; and if in emulation of the naval officers he should append the initials S.W.F.
In a slightly higher register, "Gerät" represents a miscellaneous artifact or utensil, or, in casual German, may also refer to an item of remarkable size.
It was only available in the UK and West Germany, and can be seen as the predecessor to "Miscellaneous T", which includes all of the tracks from this release and an additional track, "Hello Radio".
Kapleau passed the miscellaneous koans (about 50) the Mumonkan (96 koans including the verses) and the Blue Cliff Record (100) if he finished it.
MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTIONS TO THE THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION.
Miscellaneous works, besides separate sermons, are:
Montgeron is served by Montgeron – Crosne station on Paris RER line D. Miscellaneous.
More specific powers including those of a coercive nature are contained in the key support statute to the Transport Integration Act, the Transport (Compliance and Miscellaneous) Act 1983.
Most were basic trim packages, the most popular being the "Berlinetta", which was similar to the "Luxus" but included rubber trim on the bumpers (standard on all 1973 U.S. Opel Mantas), vinyl roof, and other miscellaneous features.
observed Miss Mowcher, standing at the chair again, and replacing in the bag a miscellaneous collection of little objects she had emptied out of it.
On 4 June 1945, she was reclassified as a miscellaneous auxiliary and designated as AG-110.
Other translations were from German, Danish, and Portuguese poems, with some miscellaneous English poems (1804).
Robert Huish (1777 – April 1850) was a prolific, but generally poorly regarded, English author of history books, novels, and miscellaneous other works.
Samuel Roffey Maitland (1792–1866) was an English historian and miscellaneous writer on religious topics.
Several experimental weapons were trialled at Brean, by the Admiralty's Directorate of Miscellaneous Weapons Development, based at HMS Birnbeck.
Summary of discourse and other particles: Miscellaneous.
The contents of fandiscs varies, but often includes new images, music, minigames and miscellaneous information related to the original game.
The Federated Miscellaneous Workers' Union (F.M.W.U.), commonly known as the 'Missos', was an Australian trade union which existed between 1915 and 1992.
The manuscript is made up of forty folios, and is compiled as part of a miscellaneous volume of works.
The museum collection includes 1,140 artifacts covering traditional folk arts, agricultural tools, artworks, musical instruments, trophies, and other miscellaneous artifacts.
The Presbyterian Historical Society has a collection of miscellaneous items dealing with the development and growth of the First Presbyterian Church.
The remaining products are carpet yarn, cordage, felts, padding, twine, ropes, decorative fabrics, and heavy duty miscellaneous items for industrial use.
The rest of the population was made up of clerical workers and skilled manual workers or other miscellaneous.
The tiled floor was thick with dust, and a remarkable array of miscellaneous objects was shrouded in the same grey covering.
The U-type classification was used as a miscellaneous class for asteroids with unusual spectra that didn't fit into the C and S-type asteroid classifications.
The widely used reciprocating engine typically consisted of a cast iron cylinder, piston, connecting rod and beam or a crank and flywheel, and miscellaneous linkages.
This museum exhibit is extensive, and covers the Berlin Airlift, early Strategic Air Command operations of the base, and miscellaneous information about the accomplishments of Travis airmen during that time.
Thomas Archer's eldest son, William Archer, became famous as a dramatic critic, playwright, and miscellaneous writer.
To reflect the growing range of industries represented in 1915 the union changed its name to the Federated Miscellaneous Workers' Union.
USS "Belle Isle" (AG-73/AKS-21) was a "Basilan"-class miscellaneous auxiliary acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War II.
USS "Kent Island" (AG-78/AKS-26) was a "Belle Isle"-class miscellaneous auxiliary acquired by the U.S. Navy shortly before the end of World War II.
USS "Lignite" (IX-162), a designated an unclassified miscellaneous vessel, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for lignite.
While being predominantly breakcore-based, Ladyscraper's sound also incorporates elements of metal, grindcore/cybergrind ambient and plunderphonics in his music; including the usage of guitars and miscellaneous sampling.
Woolston made an appearance in a miscellaneous match against Glamorgan, though he did not contribute with either the bat or the ball.
‘The Tribute: a Collection of Miscellaneous unpublished Poems by various Authors,’ London, 1837, was edited by the Marquess of Northampton for the benefit of Smedley's family.
More Vocab Words::: strut - pompous walk; V: walk in a self-important manner
::: dismember - cut into small parts; cut (a body) apart limb from limb
::: histrionic - theatrical; excessively dramatic or emotional; affected; of actors or acting; N. histrionics: histrionic behavior
::: contiguous - adjacent to; touching upon
::: discriminating - able to see differences; discerning; prejudiced; N. discrimination
::: alliteration - repetition of beginning sound in poetry
::: subtlety - perceptiveness; ingenuity; delicacy; ADJ. subtle: delicate; so slight as to be difficult to detect; able to make fine distinctions; clever; Ex. subtle mind/differences in meaning
::: victuals - food; provisions; V. victual: provide with food
::: opalescent - iridescent; lustrous; like an opal; N. opalescence
::: glaring - (of something bad) highly conspicuous; harshly bright; shining intensely and blindingly